Donna Kolling Lear

Donna Kolling Lear

Donna Kolling Lear is a mystery writer from Orange County, California. Donna was born and raised in Southern California. She grew up in the San Gabriel Valley and moved to Orange County when she started High School. When she retired in 2009, after twenty-five years with the County of Orange, she decided to try her hand at writing.

She published her debut book in 2013. Crimson Gold, a fiction based on the murders of her Great Uncle and his wife in 1939 Alaska. Crimson Gold was a finalist in the 2015 Red City Review Book Awards, Mystery/Thriller genre.

Her new book, Hands Across the Grave, was released on July 22 and is a sequel to Crimson Gold. The story takes place in 1967, in her hometown of Monrovia, California and reunites her readers with FBI Agent James Riley and his old friend, Bob Maywood.

Donna is an active member of Sisters In Crime OC and served as Treasurer for two years

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